Burger Joints and Sushi Spots Among New Restaurant Openings in the Boston-area

Check out some of the restaurants in the Boston area that have opened and closed this week.

7 photos
Sushi Kappo is coming to the Fenway neighborhood of Boston. The restaurant aims to open its doors on October 1 in the spot where Swish Shabu had been. The menu will be very similar to Ebi Sushi in Somerville's Union Square. The location of the restaurant will be 86 Peterborough Street in Boston.
Getty Images
Trattoria Orsini in Salem has closed. The restaurant opened last July and offered menu items such as grilled octopus, arancini, linguine with clams, and bolognese. The restaurant was located at 26 Congress Street in Salem.
Malden's Dockside Restaurant has closed. There are three other locations still open, another in Malden, one in Wakefield, and a third in Chelsea. The restaurant featured classic American food and first opened in 2011. The address was 270 Medford Street in Malden.
Barracuda on the Fly is opening in Downtown Crossing. The quick-service seafood restaurant and bar will take the place of the former Pedro's Tacos. The restaurant will be a spin-off of the food truck run by the Barracuda Tavern. The address will be 55 Bromfield Street in Boston.
Cafe Algiers
Cafe Algiers on Brattle Street may move to Central Square if the co-owner can secure a location. The co-owner Leo Diodato also owns Andal Coffee House in Central Square.
Facebook/Boston Burger Company
Boston Burger Company may open a second location in Cambridge. The company has applied for a license to operate at 10 Main Street between Central and Kendall Squares. Currently there are four other locations in the Boston/Cambridge area, one in Harvard Square, one in Central Square, one in Davis Square, and a fourth in Back Bay.
Contact Us